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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-08-2011, 10:39 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello all, Today I am helping all of you hardcore modders that sleeve your PSU and want new connectors to replace the ones you removed. Or, if you just want to change colors from that old white or natural connectors to black. Here I'm going to foucus on BLACK connectors ONLY unless otherwise noted. This IS NOT a pinout guide, if you need one of those, look here: OCN Pinouts and Wiring

Most of the connectors belong to the Molex Mini-Fit Jr. Series. SATA and Auxilery (Molex, IDE, 4-pin, Accessory) are NOT part of the Mini-Fit Jr. Series though.


Please note: Molex uses the "Glow-Wire" brand/name on all these black connectors. Don't be concerend, it IS what you want. Also note that the images are for illustratioin only and are NOT necessarily the Molex brand one. I only use Molex connectors though. The images on the Molex page are stock images of one connector in the series. In order to find what you want on the Molex site, you NEED to read the connector description, Dimensions, and Circuit numbers. Circuit number = number of pins. Mate is the Crimp Housing (Basiacally what is used on extension cables) of the product. Crimp housing is what you use Molex CRIMP terminals in. Crimp terminals/housings are what come on stock PSU's.

Other Information to know:
  • Square/Rectangular Connectors:
    Mini-Fit Jr.
  • Fan 3, 4, 5 pin Fan/ CPU Fan connectors:
    KK Series Connectors



Molex Connectors Part numbers:
Molex Mini-Fit Jr. Series
24-pin ATX power connector
Series: Mini-Fit JR ; 5557
Circuits: 24
Part #: 0050361667
Sex: Male
Mate: 5559
Crimp Terminal #: 0039000039

EPS12v Connector:
Mini-Fit JR ; 5557
Circuits: 8
Part #: 0050361713
Sex: Male
Mate: 5559
Crimp Terminal #: 0039000039

PCI-Express 6-pin
Mini-Fit JR ; 5557
Circuits: 6
Part #: 0050361672
Sex: Male
Mate: 5559
Crimp Terminal #: 0039000039

PCI-Express 6+2pin:
Series: 5557
Circuits: 6
Part #: 0050361672
AND
Circuits: 2
Part #: 0050361673
Crimp Terminal #: 0039000039

WARNING!
PCI-Express 8-pin:

8 pin PCIe connector: NOT the same as EPS12V
Series: 5557
Circuits: 8
Part: ???????
Sex: Female
Mate: 5559
Crimp Terminal #: 0039000039

4-pin CPU power.(Replaced by EPS12V)
Series: 5557
Circuits: 4
Part: 0050361746
Sex: Female
Mate: 5559
Crimp Terminal #: 0039000039

Drive/Accessory Connectors:
4-pin Drive Connector:
It does not seem Molex makes black version of these connectors :S
Series: 8981
Circuits: 4
Part #: Black N/A
Sex: Female
Mate: PCB Mount 8981 Male series
Crimp Terminal#: 0002081201

SATA Drive Connector:
Series: 67581 / 67582
Circuits: 5-sets
Part #: 0675820000
Sex: Female
Mate: PCB Mount
Crimp Terminal: 0675810000

OR
Series: 67926
Circuits: 5 (Built-in)
Part #: 0679260011
Sex: Female
Mate: 78448
Terminal: Uses endcap
End Cap #: 0679260040

Fan Connectors/ CPU Fan Connectors:
Info: Molex KK series connectors
3-pin Fan connector:
N/A

4-pin Fan connector:
N/A

5-pin Fan connector:
N/A



I will update this as I find appropriate connectors and more Molex parts and standards. If you know some of the missing items or find an error, please PM me so I can correct it, DO NOT post in the forum as that can lead to confusion. I WILL edit this post if your information is valid and better suited than the item I listed.


If you want to purchase these connectors, My recommendation of choice for 'just a few' is:
http://en.mdpc-x.com

Tell 'em puttsy sent ya!

Many other places to source these parts from require large orders, If they have no minimum order limit, it is not uncommon for your order to get 'lost'. But to be fair Anymore I bulk order my connectors, but small orders can sometimes be a pain, or not accepted at all.

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Okay, this topic is now going to be connector BRANDS and manufacturers with part numbers. I contacted Molex looking for black disk drive connectors and here is their response:
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Dear My Name, My Business :

Thank you for contacting Molex.

Unfortunately, the 2.50mm pitch connectors are not available in a black color, and only available in natural colored nylon.

The same is true for the disk drive power connectors. They are only available in natural colored nylon. Additionally, we only make the female side in a crimp contact, and the male side is made to go on a board only. There is no wire option.

Regards,
Molex Representative
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Molex Application Tooling:
Mini-Fit Jr. Extraction tool:
Series: T0201
Part #: 0011030044

Molex Crimp Housing Tool:
Series: T0815
Part #: 0638111000

More on the crimp tool to come. I'll try and find you all a cheaper one.


^You know, the one sold for a premium at all those modding shops. They aren't much cheaper direct as a reseller either though.

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Let me know if you guys even find this worth while to post. I figure so since I'm researching the parts anyway and am hoping some people will use it (and save a heck of amount of time)

I am planning on switching to a focus on Tyco Electronics (TE) brand connectors since Molex does not offer a full featured line. I will leave the Molex information because their connector are the original and, in my opinion, the best in their category.

I have a Molex product catalog and a Tyco Electonics catalog on the way. If anyone want page numbers for these catalogs/connectors, just ask and I'll see if I can find them. If you're in the industry and want reseller catalog page numbers, let me know that as well. (I won't list the companies names. I don't want them to get flooded with consumer requests for professional catalogs. Trust me, those catalogs are NOT read-and-ponder catalogs; strictly for reference)

If you have a connector brand preference, please let me know YOUR choice so I can credit those companies as well.

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A bit of information on the molex fan housings. These are WHITE and NATURAL color conntctors but, I NEED some for a 1U server project and thought others in a pinch may want some help.

molex\waldom part numbers:
fan housing for pins 22-01-3037
fan pins (female, 22-30 AWG wire) 08-50-0113

AMP\Tyco part numbers:
4-pin power supply male pins (pin, 24-18 AWG wire) A1422-ND
4-pin power supply female pins (socket, 24-18 AWG wire) A1423-ND
4-pin power supply housing for male pins A1402-ND
4-pin power supply housing for female pins A1431-ND

^Information provided by Mday. These are digikey parts #'s. Will adjust as mfg. numbers are found.

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I have been looking for these part numbers for ages. I contacted molex with a photo of the back of my PSU and the best they could come up with was... call Corsair or, "why not buy one of each to see which one it is." I tried calling Corsair but got nowhere.

I am still searching for the 8 pin PCI-E part number.
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PC Crimping Part Numbers

 

PC Crimping Part Numbers (Click to show)

Information may not be accurate. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
 

 

 

PC Crimping Part Numbers

 

CONTENTS

1.  Fans

     1.1  4-Pin

          1.1.1  Case

          1.1.2  GPU

     1.2  3-Pin

     1.3  Crimp Terminals

          1.3.1  Case

          1.3.2  GPU

     1.4  Extraction & Insertion Tools

 

2.  4-Pin Peripheral

     2.1  Molex Crimp Housings

     2.2  AMP/TE Crimp Housings

     2.3  Crimp Terminals

          2.3.1  Molex

          2.3.2  AMP/TE

     2.4  Molex Extraction & Insertion Tools

 

3.  ATX

     3.1  20+4-Pin ATX

     3.2  24-Pin ATX

          3.2.1  Molex

          3.2.2  AMP/TE

     3.3  24-Pin ATX

     3.4  6-Pin PCI Express

     3.5  6+2-Pin PCI Express

     3.6  8-Pin PCI Express

     3.7  8-Pin EPS +12 Volt

          3.7.1  Molex

          3.7.2  AMP/TE

     3.8  4+4-Pin +12 Volt

     3.9  PSU Specific Crimp Housings

          3.9.1  SeaSonic

     3.10  Crimp Terminals

          3.10.1  Molex

          3.10.2  AMP/TE

     3.11 Tools

 

4.  Sata Power

     4.1  Connectors

     4.2  Crimp Housings and Terminals

     4.3  Tools

 

5.  Other

     5.1  Motherboard Crimp Housings (Connectors)

     5.2  Motherboard Connector Crimp Terminals

 

6.  Where to Buy

     6.1  North America

     6.2  Europe

     6.3  Other

 

7.  References

     7.1  Fans

     7.2  4-Pin Peripheral

     7.3  ATX

     7.4  Sata Power

     7.5  Other

 

1.  FANS

      1.1  4-Pin

          1.1.1  Case

 

          1.1.2  GPU

  • 51004-0400 - Female, Crimp Housing, Natural (White)?

 

      1.2  3-Pin


      1.3  Crimp Terminals

          1.3.1  Case


          1.3.2  GPU


      1.4  Extraction & Insertion Tools


2.  4-PIN PERIPHERAL

     2.1  Molex Crimp Housings


     2.2  AMP/TE Crimp Housings


     2.3  Crimp Terminals

          2.3.1  Molex


          2.3.2  AMP/TE

  • 60618-1 - Male, AWG=24-18, Loose Piece
  • 60620-1 - Male, AWG=20-14, Loose Piece
  • 60617-1 - Female, AWG=24-18, Loose Piece
  • 60619-1 - Female, AWG=20-14, Loose Piece

     2.4  Molex Extraction & Insertion Tools

 

3.  ATX

     3.1  20+4-Pin

  •  

 

     3.2  24-Pin

          3.2.1  Molex

  • 39-28-1243 - Male, PCB Header, V2, Natural (White)
  • 39-01-2240 - Female, Crimp Housing, V2, Natural (White)
  • 39-01-2245 - Female, Crimp Housing, V0, Ivory


          3.2.2  AMP/TE

 

     3.3  20-Pin


     3.4  6-Pin PCI Express

  • 45558-0003 - Male, PCB Header, Black, For use with video cards
  • 45559-0002 - Female, Crimp Housing, Black


     3.5  6+2-Pin PCI Express

  •  


     3.6  8-Pin PCI Express

  •  

 

     3.7  8-Pin EPS +12 Volt

          3.7.1  Molex

  • 39-28-1083 - Male, PCB Header, V2, Natural (White)
  • 39-01-2080 - Female, Crimp Housing, V2, Natural (White)

 

          3.7.2  AMP/TE


     3.8  4+4-Pin +12 volt

  •  

 

     3.9  PSU Specific Crimp Housings

          3.9.1  SeaSonic

  • 50-36-1672 - 6-Pin, Black, PSU Side Sata & 4-Pin Peripheral Power, NOT PCIe Compatible

 

     3.10  Crimp Terminals

          3.10.1  Molex

 

          3.10.2  AMP/TE

     3.11  Tools

 

V0 = Higher resistance to flame continuance then V2 (Will extinguish quicker)
A V2 part number is referenced in ATX v2.2

 

4.  SATA POWER

     4.1  Connectors & Accesories

  • 67926-0001 - Connector, Punch Down/"T" Plug, Latch
  • 67926-0011 - Connector, Punch Down/"T" Plug, Bump
  • 67926-0041 - Accesory, Pass Through Cap/Cover
  • 67926-0040 - Accesory, End Cap/Cover
  • 88757-7810 - SATA to Pigtail, 3.3V, It's 67926-0011 With a 1.5m Pigtail
  • 88751-1410 - SATA to Pigtail, It's 67926-0011 With a 1.5m Pigtail


     4.2  Crimp Housings and Terminals

  • 67582-0000 - Housing, Black
  • 67581-0000 - Terminal, Reel, Type 1, For Use With 67582-0000*
  • 67581-0010 - Terminal, Reel, Type 2, For Use With 67582-0000*


     4.3  Tools


*there are many different crimp terminals with different plating. They are all part of the 67581 product line. There is no difference between Type 1 and 2 unless you are using an automated crimping machine.

 

5.  OTHER

     5.1  Motherboard Crimp Housings (Connectors)


     5.2  Motherboard Connector Crimp Terminals


6.  WHERE TO BUY - See this thread

     6.1  North America


     6.2  Europe

  • RS  Note: This website doesn't sell to privates, but it should sell to university students if you have a proof of enrollment (at least it's like this in Germany).
  • Mouser
  • Farnell


     6.3  Other

  • OctoPart - Lists almost every site that has the product.


Recommended Add-Ons for Faster Searching and Comparing:

InstantFox (or equivalent) to speed up searches. I have every parts site added, so I can search any site with ease (e.g. To search OctoPart, I type op in the address bar).

TileTabs (or equivalent) to quickly compare product specifications.


7.  REFERENCES*

     7.1  Fans


     7.2  4-Pin Peripheral


     7.3  ATX


     7.4  SATA Power


     7.5  Other

          7.5.1  Motherboard Crimp Housings (Connectors)

 

          7.5.2  Motherboard Connector Crimp Terminals

 

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html

 

*Some references are missing.

Please visit the thread for the latest part numbers.



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Thanks for this great  list of connectors. Very helpful.

Looking to find some 2 pin female connectors and pins used for LED's , Senors,  Motherboard headers etc...

Would love to know the proper name of the connector and pins for it as well.

 

 

OK I'm blind. Found them thanks.

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good,Looking to find some 2 pin female connectors and pins used for LED's , Senors, Motherboard headers .thanksdGi2q7
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